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Viral video of man riding bike with nine children divides the internet

The location where this video was shot is not yet known.

A video of a man carrying nine children on the same bike is gaining traction on social media. The short clip was shared on Twitter by a user named Jaiky Yadav, with the caption: “The world’s population has reached 8 billion, these humans have contributed a lot in achieving this achievement.”

In the video, a man is seen carrying nine children on a bicycle. While three children are seen sitting in the back of the two-wheeler, one of them is seen standing on top of the others and holding the man’s shoulders. Two of the children are also seen sitting on the front bar of the bike and the seventh child is seen sitting facing the man above the front wheel. The two remaining children settle into the arms of the rider, holding him throughout the ride.

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The clip was shared on Twitter on Tuesday and since then it has racked up over 216,000 views and over 7,200 likes. Netizens flooded the comments section with all kinds of reactions. While some wondered if the nine children perched on the same bike belonged to the cyclist, others pointed out that the population explosion was the fault of people like the cyclist.

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“Sometimes we have to change the narrative to see things. 1) Maybe they weren’t all his own children. 2) They didn’t have public transport (as seen in the rural area video) “, wrote a user. “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” said another.

A third commented: “Reminds me of Philips… innovation n u.” A fourth added: “I’m more into the bike and tire companies. Really strong…”

The location where this video was shot is not yet known.

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